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Shutterstock staff photographer Stephen Lovekin asked his neighbors how they are feeling while the coronavirus is spreading in New York and around the world. They responded by sharing signs of hope and inspiration.

(Stephen Lovekin/Shutterstock)

A photographer documents the strange experience of a long-haul flight in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, showing empty airports, worried passengers and exhausted crews.

  • Sharon Pulwer and Haley Hamblin
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The Ian Parry Scholarship has helped many young photographers in the beginning of their careers.

(Nanna Heitmann/Nanna Heitmann )

Photographer Max Hirshfeld tells the story of his parents who were both Holocaust survivors.

(Max Hirshfeld)

A new book focuses on the lives of an underrepresented demographic: creative people of color.

(DP Jolly)

Akinbode Akinbiyi's street photography is included in one of the largest surveys of contemporary African photography ever presented in the United States

(Akinbode Akinbiyi)

Photographer Terra Fondriest takes us into the everyday lives of people living in the Ozarks.

(Terra Fondriest)

Photographer J.M. Giordano documents the decline of an industry in his hometown.

(J.M. Giordano)

Russian photographer Eduard Korniyenko takes us into the world of Russia's cadet schools.

(Eduard Korniyenko)

Stephen Shore’s latest book gives new insight into one of his iconic masterpieces.

(Stephen Shore/Courtesy 303 Gallery, New York)

After spending much of her career focusing on war, Roth turns to the ocean, where she found a new spark for her creativity but also a connection to her own family's history with the ravages of war. The photos are poetic and therapeutic.

(Marissa Roth)

Photographer David Arribas documents a young woman's fight against anorexia.

(David Arribas)

"Who is Michael Jang?' brings together a wide variety of the photographer's personal work.

(Michael Jang)

Belgian photojournalist Alain Schroeder first encountered orangutans as a tourist in Indonesia. After feeling an immediate connection to them, he returned as a photojournalist to document them.

(Alain Schroeder)

Photographer Isadora Kosofsky spent years shadowing the three intertwined lives of Adina, Will and Jeannie for her new book, "Senior Love Triangle."

(Isadora Kosofsky)

Los Angeles-based photographer Martina Albertazzi's exploration of the world of female magicians.

(Martina Albertazzi)

Nicola Muirhead’s poetic documentary narrative "Grace Notes" explores the landscapes and communities of New Hampshire as framed by the words of American poet Robert Frost.

  • Washington Post Staff
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(Nicola Muirhead)

Photos from the exhibition “Working Together: Louis Draper and the Kamoinge Workshop” at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

(Ming Smith)

A new book out from Steidl takes a look at the extraordinary career of the famed portrait photographer.

(Courtesy Steidl/Flowers Gallery)

Finnish photographer Janne Korkko documents life along the Iijoki River.

(Janne Korkko)

Magnum photographer Bruce Gilden uncovers 75 images of New York shot between 1978 and 1984.

(Bruce Gilden/Magnum Photos)
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